It has been a busy few weeks with dental appointments
and coursework due. I haven't forgotten about ya'll,
and I do appreciate all of your kind comments.
Here are my "deep Kimme thoughts" this week (actually, I think about this often)
Over the years (and lately) I have been talking about smaller homes
(cottages and such) and living smaller, happier lives on this blog.
With that being said, I have also wondered a few other things....
If we lived in smaller, less expensive homes or lived less expensive
lives, could we do more for our world and people with what we have
Could we help others financially, spend our extra time volunteering
or by producing less waste/recycling in our smaller space?
What can an average person on a modest income do?
What can a person of moderate means do?
How about someone with the means to help many?
I wonder why so many people are still in need in this world, yet there
are people who can help, but don't? ( I am guilty of this. I could definitely
I caught a news program this week that featured a family
that sold their home to give half of the proceeds to charity.
Here is the link to their blog: The Power of Half - blog
Very interesting... Makes you really think, doesn't it?
How much do we really need? How much can we live without
A few links & blogs ....